Courtney Gurney – Principal Associate; Teacher of 2nd Year to Open Seniors;
Courtney started Physie when she was 3; she did most of her junior years at Grantham Heights/Rooty Hill (Sydney) and competed at a National Level and in Championship & A Grade teams. At 13 she moved to Canberra and started with Brindabella and at 16 became an associate. In 2013 Courtney had her daughter Mia and in 2014 she became Principal Associate of Brindabella. Courtney loves Physie & loves the Brindabella family. Courtney believes that Physie is not only great for the body but also the mind!
Julie Heather – Teacher of 9-12 Years and Ladies;
Julie first started Physie when she was three years old. She first became an associate at 17 years old and over the next 13 years taught all age groups, from pre-schoolers through to Ladies. After a break of 7 years to move to Canberra and ‘have babies’, she rediscovered her love of Physie by joining Brindabella with her daughter Abbey. Julie has had many highlights in her Physie career including competing at National Finals at the Opera House as a junior and performing in the Opening Ceremony for the Sydney Olympic Games, but her enjoyment mainly stems from seeing her students reach their full potential both personally and competitively. Julie has a strong focus on technique while fostering both self-confidence and friendship within a class.
Stephanie Davis – Teacher of 5 to 8 Years;
Stephanie started Physie in 1997 with Brindabella at the age of 6 and was a part of Brindabella until she was 12 where she pursued singing; but she missed Physie too much so came back to Brindabella. Stephanie has since had her little boy James and after a short break Stephanie came back and has been an integral part of Brindabella.
In 2016 Stephanie became Brindabella’s secretary and in 2018 she will be a part of Brindabella’s teaching team. Stephanie is excited to start this next chapter of her Physie life by becoming a teacher and embracing the teaching journey.
Sophie Brissenden – Teacher of 13 to 1st Year Seniors and Stretch & Technique;
Sophie is a Brindy Physie Girl from head to pointed toe. She began Physie at the age of four and has enjoyed growing up in a healthy, happy and supportive Physie family. With the help of her devoted Physie mum, her previous teachers and particularly her mentor/coach Miss Courtney, Sophie has achieved her lifetime goal of competing in the Senior National Finals at the Sydney Opera House, not once but twice. Sophie is excited to teach our Stretch and Technique class and strives to improve her work and the club as a whole.